1/8 Scale Hatsune Miku PVC Goodsmile – Preorder

With special thanks to How a Girl Figures, I was able to pre-order this amazingly detailed PVC figure of the lovely Hatsune Miku from Goodsmile…

As you know, today is the official day this figure of the virtual idol is available for reservation — sculpted by YOSHI (Trepang). Although this 1/8 scale model won’t be released until this coming September, pre-ordering one is urgent as she won’t last for long. Suggested retail price: 5,500 yen.

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18 thoughts on “1/8 Scale Hatsune Miku PVC Goodsmile – Preorder”

  1. KidNemo has it listed as coming instock towards that latter half of October. They have an expansive catalog and are quick to update once figures are announced but the delay from an actual release to when they plan on carrying a figure is a bit of a drag. Toyslogic also has preorders up, and for $.40 cheaper.

    Playasia, HLJ and other Asia-based sites are sure to add GS Miku to their catalog and with a prompter release date. I’ve often jumped to preorder things on KidNemo only to find a few days later that they’re cheaper and closer to the actual release date than sites like Toyslogic or KidNemo.

  2. KidNemo has it listed as coming instock towards that latter half of October. They have an expansive catalog and are quick to update once figures are announced but the delay from an actual release to when they plan on carrying a figure is a bit of a drag. Toyslogic also has preorders up, and for $.40 cheaper.

    Playasia, HLJ and other Asia-based sites are sure to add GS Miku to their catalog and with a prompter release date. I’ve often jumped to preorder things on KidNemo only to find a few days later that they’re cheaper and closer to the actual release date than sites like Toyslogic or KidNemo.

  3. Ah well I usually order my goods from HLJ — but they don’t have her listed just yet. I never even heard of KidNemo until I checked out HaGF this morning.

  4. Ah well I usually order my goods from HLJ — but they don’t have her listed just yet. I never even heard of KidNemo until I checked out HaGF this morning.

  5. I’ve used hlj for the majority of my purchases and lately they have been frustrating me with their customer service. i made one purchase through kid nemo and their customer service was by far the best i’ve ever encountered with an online retailer. while they get their figures a bit behind the rest since they are a California based company i don’t mind waiting a month for a figure when i know that their amazing customer service support is right there if i need anything.

  6. I’ve used hlj for the majority of my purchases and lately they have been frustrating me with their customer service. i made one purchase through kid nemo and their customer service was by far the best i’ve ever encountered with an online retailer. while they get their figures a bit behind the rest since they are a California based company i don’t mind waiting a month for a figure when i know that their amazing customer service support is right there if i need anything.

  7. Hehe, that is the complete opposite for me. I’ve ordered from HLJ and had no problem (It took 2 weeks before I received the package).

    As for Kidnemo, It’s been one month since I’ve ordered something and have yet received it. Also their customer support wasn’t that great. I had to wait 2 weeks before I got a reply. Apparently, they will investigate why I haven’t receive anything yet…

  8. Hehe, that is the complete opposite for me. I’ve ordered from HLJ and had no problem (It took 2 weeks before I received the package).

    As for Kidnemo, It’s been one month since I’ve ordered something and have yet received it. Also their customer support wasn’t that great. I had to wait 2 weeks before I got a reply. Apparently, they will investigate why I haven’t receive anything yet…

  9. @Dancing Queen

    I know what you mean. It seems like everyday HLJ is updating their order status system. And when they aren’t, they’re on “Japanese Holiday” or “Weekend Holiday” and don’t process any orders whatsoever. They really need to automatize their order system and stop being such lazy dicks.

    All that aside, they offer a superb user interface. Having the ability to keep all my orders organized in a list, use Adobe to keep track of trends, cancel or add units instantly, and see and track all my shipped orders in the past year puts HLJ pretty high on my list.

    @Lev
    The fastest I’ve received a parcel from HLJ was 2 days with EMS. I payed 20 USD in shipping but for a box to travel 1/2 way around the world in under 48 hours, it was worth it. Oh and never doubt the incompetence of the US postal service.

  10. @Dancing Queen

    I know what you mean. It seems like everyday HLJ is updating their order status system. And when they aren’t, they’re on “Japanese Holiday” or “Weekend Holiday” and don’t process any orders whatsoever. They really need to automatize their order system and stop being such lazy dicks.

    All that aside, they offer a superb user interface. Having the ability to keep all my orders organized in a list, use Adobe to keep track of trends, cancel or add units instantly, and see and track all my shipped orders in the past year puts HLJ pretty high on my list.

    @Lev
    The fastest I’ve received a parcel from HLJ was 2 days with EMS. I payed 20 USD in shipping but for a box to travel 1/2 way around the world in under 48 hours, it was worth it. Oh and never doubt the incompetence of the US postal service.

  11. Super-Nice, but useless unless there’s some sort of coloring service too.
    I’m not good at painting, you know :(

  12. Super-Nice, but useless unless there’s some sort of coloring service too.
    I’m not good at painting, you know :(

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